Well, he was welcomed with horrible, teacher-assassinating, language-butchering, God awful grammar.
I'd like to address those sign folks for a minute. Guys, here are two links for proper comma usage. The first is a link to an English Basics worksheet designed for elementary school children. I'll show the rule here, but you may want to click on the link to learn other proper usages for the comma.
Commas in Direct AddressUse a comma to separate the name of someone who is being addressed from the message.Examples:Karen, you are my favorite cousin.
I made this soup for you, Mom.
The second is a link to the book English Grammar for DUMMIES. In particular, it's to the section called "Placing Proper Punctuation." I'm going to, again, post the rule here, as I've looked up the history of the book at all the Philly libraries, and no copies have ever been checked out. Ever.
Commas: In direct address, use commas to separate the name from the rest of the sentence.
So, after this brief tutorial, allow me to correctly punctuate your signage.
There you go, guys. The tutelage was my treat. I love helping the needy, after all.
But my favorite moment of the entire Werth return certainly had to be the following animated gif I made of a mother scolding her son for daring to boo the man that is Jayson Werth.
Yay! Some families in CBP actually have good values! It's obvious they were bussed in from Cherry Hill, NJ.